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SOCIAL ISSUES TRACK
A track addresses the needs of an audience that represents a subset of ASHG attendees.
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Sessions are tagged as a specific track when at least half of the talks within the session fall un-
der the track description. The Social Issues Track highlights sessions, events, and workshops
focused on social, legal, and ethical issues in basic and clinical human genetics.
(*)
Asterisk denotes meetings/events that the organizer specified are by invitation or
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pre-registration only. Otherwise, attendance may be assumed to be open to all registrants on
a first-come, first-served basis.
SOCIAL ISSUES TRACK
TUESDAY, October 22
*10:00
AM -
12:00
PM
ASHG Social Issues Committee Meeting Convention Center
Room 150, Level 1
*7:30
PM -
9:00
PM
ASHG Event/Interactive Play: The Drama
of DNA: Anticipating the Future with WGS
Separate advance ticket purchase r
equired.
Convention Center
Room 052, Level 0
(
Lower Level)
WEDNESDAY, October 23
8:00
AM -
10:00
AM
Concurrent Invited Session I (3-9):
Convention Center
5. 
Does the Increasingly Blurry Distinction
between Research and Clinical Care
Create an Obligation to Actively Search
for Secondary Findings in Genomic
Research or Otherwise Change the
Relationship between Researchers and
Participants?
Grand Ballroom
East, Level 3
10:30
AM -
12:30
PM
Poster Session I (Wednesday Poster Authors
Present)
Convention Center
Exhibit Hall, Level 1
THURSDAY, October 24
10:30
AM -
12:30
PM
Poster Session II (Thursday Poster Authors
Present)
Convention Center
Exhibit Hall, Level 1
2:00
PM -
4:15
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session C (28-36):
Westin Boston
Waterfront Hotel
35. 
Genomic Medicine: Counseling,
Education and Health Services
Grand Ballroom AB,
Concourse Level,
Westin Hotel
4:30
PM -
6:30
PM
Concurrent Invited Session II (37-43):
Convention Center
41. 
Informed Consent for Whole Genome
Sequencing: Experience and
Implications for Practice
Hall B2, Level 0
(
Lower Level)